8 modern masters of the street photography genre will roam the streets of Bangkok in April. Join, shoot and share with them in this exclusive event. They will be join by 3 international experts in a series of lectures and forums over the 2-day workshop.
Photographer Kenro Izu will speak about this Songs of Lao book initiative, his photo expeditions in Asia and his social work especially the Friends Without A Border organisation.
Called the Ansel Adams of Angkor, John McDermott is an American photographer who spent over a decade photographing the temples of Angkor. Often working with infrared photography, John prefers to explore isolated places to find the real beauty within sacred sites in Cambodia and throughout Asia.
Monogram Asia presents an exclusive 3-Day signature photo adventure in Tokyo featuring Bellamy Hunt aka Japan Camera Hunter culminating in a private session with DAIDO MORIYAMA, the father of street photography in Japan. Booking are open in September. CLICK IMAGE FOR DETAILS.
EVENT IS SOLD OUT. Long exposure and landscape master, Michael Kenna will be in Hong Kong in August to launch his new book and share his life, work and passion. CLICK IMAGE FOR MORE DETAILS.
KYOTOGRAPHIE International Photography Festival is held annually over four weeks during the height of the spring tour- ist season in Kyoto, Japan. It has a style that is unique in Asia.
Photographers of marine life, come listen to Hengki's passion, experience and mastery in capturing the beautiful underwater world of several diving spots in Indonesia...
FEATURING MULTIPLE AWARD WINNING BRENDAN Ó SE AND INDONESIA’S VERY OWN GATHOT SUBROTO
FEATURING MULTIPLE AWARD WINNING MOBILE STREET PHOTOGRAPHER BRENDAN Ó SE
It's finally official. And the shelves are fully stocked with photography books of all genres and by world famous photographers...
The legendary Michael Kenna will be giving a talk titled "Solitary Journey" at the Bangkok Art & Cultural Centre...
Kenros Izu's divine works can be described as a photo-pilgrimage that touches spiritual landscapes, sacred places, and portraits of people of faith. He has traveled the world from Asia to Africa and Europe to Latin America taking images that evoke tradition and culture. Kenro uses a customised 14x20 camera and process contact prints with a coat of carbon pigment called Platinum producing images that are both satiny and rich.